Wednesday, November 11, 2015

No-Bake Little Charmers Pretzel Wands

 
If you want a no-bake dessert that only takes a few minutes to make then these Little Charmers pretzel wands are the way to go. These are sure to please both kids and parents alike!

With all of the change going on in Hayden & Mallorie's life over the past couple of months, from starting school, spending less time with mom and making space in their home and hearts for a baby sister, they've done really well. But I still wanted to throw some extra attention their way. So we spent all morning together making treats and playing make believe. It was just wonderful & they really enjoyed it!
The girls loved these! Which means they will be begging me all week to make them again! Luckily, these are pretty easy to make, so we can make a small batch in just five short minutes.


If you have a little one who loves Little Charmers then you can pin this now and when their birthday rolls around you’ll be all ready for a great Little Charmers treat without over-exhausting yourself.
Easy Pretzel Wands Recipe 
Ingredients:
16 oz white candy coating 
12 oz bag pretzel rods
assorted sprinkles in a variety of colors
Instructions:
1. Line 2 baking sheets with wax paper.
2. In a pint glass, melt candy coating in microwave as package directs.
3. Dip pretzel rods into glass{about half the pretzel's length}.
4. Shake off all the excess candy coating. {you want a very thin coating}
5. Hold dipped rod over a bowl and add sprinkles, turning rod slowly so that all sides are covered.
6. Place on lined baking sheets and let cool.
7. Store in air tight container for 3 days.



I hope you enjoy these treats as much as we have!
We discovered the joy of Little Charmers this last summer and the girls have been hooked ever since. If you're not familiar with this Nick Jr's series, it's about three little “Charmers-in-Training (C.I.T’s) who use their imaginations and teamwork to fix magical mishaps. 

Along the way They find that their most important power is true friendship and learn that a mix of teamwork and self-confidence can overcome anything that comes their way. It is a darling message, so it's easy to see why my girls are hypnotized by it. And honestly, I’m a fan too.

You see, this age is tricky when it comes to television role models and I’ll be the first to admit I’m overprotective when it comes to what I let them watch. In the episodes we have watched, the issues of forgiving others when they make mistakes have been addressed as well as what it means to be a friend. I love that & it's something my girlies can definitely improve on.
 If you're looking for ways to make this holiday season even more magical, be sure to checkout Little Charmers

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